Celebration Wishes Birthday Cards

Hi friends,

This is just the cutest birthday stamp set! It’s called Sending Sweet Celebration Wishes from My Favorite Things. There is also a set of matching dies available to make cutting out the images so easy!

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My Favorite Things also has this great Happy Birthday Circle Frame Die-namics that I used on my cards. And I used their Wonky Stitched Square STAX Die-namics to cut the square of patterned paper. My Favorite Things has so many fun products – you should check them out!

To make my cards, I stamped the Fox and Penguin images with Memento Tuxedo Black ink on white card stock, colored them with Copic markers, and die cut them using the matching dies. I die cut the Happy Birthday Circle from coordinating card stock and attached it to a square of patterned paper die cut with the Wonky Stitched Square dies. This is my favorite glue pen for attaching smaller paper pieces and intricate dies.

I embossed a panel of white card stock with a large dot embossing folder (similar to this) and attached it to a white card. Using a 3/8-inch hole punch (or the size that matches your embossing folder), I punched circles from matching paper and randomly attached them to the embossed panel. I attached the square of patterned paper to the card with foam tape and then attached the Fox and Penguin with foam tape.

Sometimes my creations just make me smile – this is one of those times. I hope they make you smile, too. 🙂

Anita

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